The Pangkarlangu and the Lost Child

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Working Title Press, 2002 - Aboriginal Australians - 32 pages
A traditional Walrpiri Dreaming narrative, belonging to Molly Tasman Napurrurla from the Tanami Desert. It tells the story of a small boy who decides to ignore his parents' advice and follow them out hunting and how he comes face to face with a huge creature with wild eyes, knotty hair, and long sharp nails and teeth - the Pangkarlangu!

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